ETCSLglossingSignSign name: UZ3
Values: ud5, uz3

Inana and An (c.1.3.5), line c135.B.20
anme-en-de3-nakime-en-de3-naan-dae2-an-naḫa-ba-da-kar-(X)
anme-en-de3-enkime-en-de3-enane2-an-nakar
heavenweplaceweAn (DN)E-ana (TN)to flee
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Paragraph t135.p5 (line(s) 16-23) Click line no. for paragraph-aligned layout of transliteration and translation.
The maiden Inana answered her brother the hero, youthful Utu: "……, my spouse (?), has made love to me, has kissed me. I wanted …… for him but …… he did not give it to him. I hastened (?) with him …… but majestic An would not give him E-ana. The heavens are ours, the earth is ours: E-ana should be captured from An. After you have taken ……, listen to what I say to you. Examine …… for me, you must observe these instructions: …… the evil wind, the south wind, against me." (approx. 23 lines missing)
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